Adult Cardiothoracic Fellowship
Our Division, along with the Division of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, offers an excellent training program for all incoming fellows.
- Ascending and descending aortic aneurysms repair
- Endoluminal stent AAA and DTAA repair
- Aortic dissection repair
- Heart and lung transplantation
- Ventricular assist device placement
- Complex pediatric cardiac surgery
- Valve repair and replacement
- Coronary artery bypass surgery
Our program and the Cardiology Division have set up a strong curriculum to meet the fellow’s perioperative TEE training requirements (average 10-12 weeks designated echocardiography training time).
All fellows (including some of our residents) who have graduated from our program have passed the National Board of Echocardiography Perioperative TEE Exam.
There are also some basic and clinical research opportunities for the fellows who are interested in developing his or her academic career in the future.
Our CT anesthesia fellowship is an ACGME accredited program. Our fellowship training has included CT Anesthesia, CICU, and TEE rotations as well as elective rotations to fulfill the overall fellowship training requirement.
Our current caseload and concomitant parallel commitment toward resident education allows for us to accept 2 fellows per year.
I strongly encourage you to apply as soon as possible. All applications must be received by April 1st, the interview process will be completed by May 30th and a decision will be published through San Francisco match.
Applicants should upload their application packages onto the SF Match Website.
These packages should include:
- An application (which is on the SF Match website)
- Personal statement
- 3 letters of recommendation
You can contact me, Yong G. Peng, MD, PhD., or our fellowship program coordinator, Christie McLaughlin, if you have additional questions.
All positions for the 2017/2018 academic year have been filled.
Yong G. Peng, MD, PhD
Chief, Division of Cardiothoracic Anesthesia
Director of CT Anesthesia Fellowship Program
Professor of Anesthesiology
University of Florida